In this article we are going to talk about the night of Ramadan 27. As we all know, this is a Ramadan time. In Ramadan all Muslims do Roza. This is one of the favorite festivals of Muslims. People are celebrating Ramadan very happily. People are also celebrating Ramadan on social media. But now people are very curious to know when the 27th night of Ramadan is. So we have done a lot of research and now here we are going to tell you when the night of Ramadan 27 is so that you don’t have to visit any other site to check this. So, please read the entire article and don’t skip any lines or paragraphs in this article if you don’t want to miss anything. So let’s continue with the article.
27 Ramadan Laylatul Qadr
At the time of Eid, all Muslims seek the power of the night which the Quaran says is better than a thousand months. All the Muslims of this world are preparing for the holiest night of the year, which is Laylatul Qadr. As the fasting month of Ramadan draws to a close. The word Laylatul Qadr comes from Arabic roots and means “Night of Decree” or “Night of Power”.
It is because all Muslims believe that all the affairs of the year are decreed at the time of Laylatul Qadr. Laylatul Qadr also means “Night of Glory” or “Night of Honor”. Because on this night a person can raise his honor and status. Muslims say that this is the most powerful night. All your wishes come true tonight. Muslims believe that Laylatul Qadr falls on the 27th night of Ramadan. But according to scholars in Islam it is believed that Laylatul Quadr falls on any of the odd nights during the last ten nights of Ramadan.
The authentic hadith narration of the Prophet Muhammed believes that: Laylatul Qadr happens in the last ten nights. It means it could be the 21st, 23rd, 25th, 27th or 29th. And tonight is the 27th night of Ramadan and the 29th night of Ramadan is Friday. According to sura 97 of the Qur’an, GTod says that the night of glory is better than a thousand months because on that night the angels and the spirit descend again and again with the permission of the Lord in each task. So this was all about this news. PKB News wishes you a very “Happy Eid”.